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Agnam Civol

Agnam Civol

Coordinates: 16°0′18″N 13°41′35″W / 16.00500°N 13.69306°W / 16.00500; -13.69306Agnam Civol (also Anyam Siwol or Civol is a small town in the north-east of Senegal about 70 km north-west from Matam. It is in the historical region of Fouta-Toro in the department and region of Matam. The town is located on Highway N2 some 300 km east of Saint Louis. It is some 5 km south of the border with Mauretania, which generally follows the course of the Senegal River.The town of Agnam Civ...

Mixed-orientation marriage

A mixed-orientation marriage is a marriage between partners of differing sexual orientations. The broader term is mixed-orientation relationship and both terms are often shortened to MOM and MOR respectively.The people involved in such a marriage may not be romantically or sexually compatible, for example if the marriage is between a heterosexual male and a homosexual female. The term also applies when one of the partners involved is asexual and/or aromantic, leading to a mixed desire for sex...
List of Superleague Formula circuits

List of Superleague Formula circuits

This is a list of Superleague Formula circuits, that is a list of circuits which have hosted at least one round of the Superleague Formula championship since 2008. In total, 17 different circuits from nine countries have hosted a race weekend. The first to do so was Donington Park, where the first races, at the 2008 Donington Park Superleague Formula round, were held. The Ordos International Circuit was the first circuit outside Europe to host a Superleague Formula event. Only the circuit of ...
Front yard

Front yard

On a residential block of land a front yard (United States, Canada, Australia) or front garden (United Kingdom, Europe) or front lawn is the portion of land between the street and the front of the house, a type of yard.While the front yard's counterpart, the backyard, is often dominated by utilitarian features like vegetable gardens, tool sheds, and clothes lines, the front yard is often a combination decorative feature and recreation area. It is more commonly landscaped for display and is th...
Catch the Lightning

Catch the Lightning

Catch the Lightning is a novel by Catherine Asaro in the Saga of the Skolian Empire, also known as Tales of the Ruby Dynasty. The novel won the 1998 Sapphire Award for Best Science Fiction Romance and the UTC Readers Choice Award for Best Science Fiction Novel.The first half of Catch the Lightning takes place in an alternate Los Angeles on Earth in a time similar to the late 20th century. The main character is Tina Pulivok, a seventeen-year-old Maya girl living in East L.A. She has relocated ...
Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative

Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative

CAAFI (Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative) is a cooperative effort among interested stakeholders to bring commercially viable, environmentally sustainable alternative aviation fuels (e.g., aviation biofuel) to market. The potential of these fuels to reduce airline CO2 emissions is anticipated to complement and possibly exceed reductions from technical and operational improvements. CAAFI is co-sponsored by the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), Airports Council International...
Nature's Way Sydney Tennis International

Nature's Way Sydney Tennis International

The Nature's Way Sydney Tennis International is a tennis tournament held in Sydney, Australia, since 2006. The event is part of the ATP Challenger Tour and the ITF Women's Circuit, and is played on hard courts.
St Mary's Church, West Chiltington

St Mary's Church, West Chiltington

St Mary's Church is the Grade I listed Anglican parish church of West Chiltington, a village in the Horsham district of West Sussex, England. The 12th-century building, described as a "showpiece" and "the most attractive part" of the Wealden village, retains many features of historical and architectural interest. These include an exceptionally long hagioscope or squint from the south aisle into the chancel, a porch which may be Sussex's oldest, and a well preserved and extensive scheme of wal...
University of Freiburg Faculty of Medicine

University of Freiburg Faculty of Medicine

The University of Freiburg Faculty of Medicine (German Medizinische Fakultät der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg) is the medical school and dental school of the University of Freiburg and forms university's biomedical research unit together the University Medical Center Freiburg. The faculty was founded in 1457 as one of Germany's oldest and is regarded among its most distinguished. Institutes and buildings are located at the Medical Center campus in Freiburg's Stühlinger district and in...
1978 Israel Super Cup

1978 Israel Super Cup

The 1978 Israel Super Cup was the 8th Israel Super Cup (13th, including unofficial matches, as the competition wasn't played within the Israel Football Association in its first 5 editions, until 1969), an annual Israel football match played between the winners of the previous season's Top Division and Israel State Cup.The match was played between Maccabi Netanya, champions of the 1977–78 Liga Leumit and Beitar Jerusalem, runners-up in the league, as Maccabi Netanya won the 1977–78 Israel Stat...
Push–pull output

Push–pull output

A push–pull amplifier is a type of electronic circuit that uses a pair of active devices that alternately supply current to, or absorb current from, a connected load. Push–pull outputs are present in TTL and CMOS digital logic circuits and in some types of amplifiers, and are usually realized as a complementary pair of transistors, one dissipating or sinking current from the load to ground or a negative power supply, and the other supplying or sourcing current to the load from a positive powe...
Sugar Museum (Berlin)

Sugar Museum (Berlin)

The Sugar Museum in Berlin, devoted to the history and technology of sugar, is the oldest such museum in the world, having opened in 1904. It is now part of the German Museum of Technology. Until November 2012, it was housed in the Institut für Lebensmitteltechnologie (Institute of Food Technology) in Wedding, Mitte.Exhibits were labelled in German only, although an English-language pamphlet describing them was also available. Lonely Planet called the Sugar Museum "quirky... a surprisingly en...
Seoul Foreign School

Seoul Foreign School

Located in Seoul, South Korea, Seoul Foreign School is a Pre-K to Grade 12 college preparatory school founded in 1912 by Christian missionaries to Korea and emphasizes Christian values. Currently, the Elementary and Middle Schools offer an American-based curriculum. The High School offers the IB Diploma and IGCSE. The British School offers the national curriculum of England. As of August 2016, the Elementary School will offer the Primary Years Programme (PYP), and the Middle School will offer...
1894 Philadelphia Phillies season

1894 Philadelphia Phillies season

The 1894 Philadelphia Phillies season was a season in American baseball. The team finished in fourth place in the National League with a record of 71–57, 18 games behind the Baltimore Orioles. In August, the Phillies scored 312 runs, which still stands as the record in Major League Baseball for runs scored in a single month. Four of the team's outfielders hit over .400: Hall of Famers Sam Thompson, Ed Delehanty, and Billy Hamilton, plus reserve Tuck Turner.[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] ...

NWA Alabama Heavyweight Championship

The NWA Alabama Heavyweight Championship was created in October, 1962. Since its creation, the championship has been defended in a number of NWA territories throughout the decades.Initially, the title was a part of Gulf Coast Championship Wrestling (GCCW) and later Southeastern Championship Wrestling (SCW), which became Continental Championship Wrestling (CCW) in 1985. It is unclear exactly when the championship moved to SCW/CCW, however it was sometime between December 1977 and November 1980...
Blue Gardenia (album)

Blue Gardenia (album)

Blue Gardenia is an album by Etta James, released in August 2001 through the record label Private Music. Produced by John Snyder, who had worked with James on five of her previous studio albums, Blue Gardenia contains thirteen jazz standards from the 1930s–50s arranged by pianist Cedar Walton (with the exception of "Love Letters", arranged by Josh Sklair). Between November 2000 and February 2001, Snyder and Walton first assembled musicians to record tracks while James was recovering from a fl...
Arnold Friberg

Arnold Friberg

Arnold Friberg (December 21, 1913 – July 1, 2010) was an American illustrator and painter noted for his religious and patriotic works. He is perhaps best known for his 1975 painting The Prayer at Valley Forge, a depiction of George Washington praying at Valley Forge. He is also well known for his 15 "pre-visualization" paintings for the Cecil B. DeMille film The Ten Commandments which were used to promote the film worldwide and for which he received an Academy Award nomination.He has been adm...
Sagada

Sagada

Sagada (Ilocano: Ili ti Sagada) is a fifth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 11,244 people.It is located 275 kilometres (171 mi) north of Manila (taking at least 12 to 15 hours by bus), 140 kilometres (87 mi) from Baguio, and it is adjacent to Bontoc, the provincial capital.Sagada is famous for its hanging coffins. This is a traditional way of burying people that is still utilized. Not everyone ...
Frome Hoard

Frome Hoard

The Frome Hoard is a hoard of 52,503 Roman coins found in April 2010 by metal detectorist Dave Crisp near Frome in Somerset, England. The coins were contained in a ceramic pot 45 cm (18 in) in diameter, and date from AD 253 to 305. Most of the coins are made from debased silver or bronze. The hoard is one of the largest ever found in Britain, and is also important as it contains the largest group ever found of coins issued during the reign of Carausius, who ruled Britain independent...
Prannoy Kumar

Prannoy Kumar

Prannoy Haseena Sunil Kumar also known as HS Prannoy was born on July 17, 1992. He is an Indian badminton player and currently trains at the Gopichand Badminton Academy in Hyderabad. Prannoy originally hails from Thiruvananthapuram and is the Indian number 2 (as of 2 April 2015) in badminton Prannoy is supported by the GoSports Foundation, Bangalore and has been part of their scholarship programme since 2011.Prannoy came to prominence after winning the silver medal in Boys' singles at 2010 Su...
Mike Gold

Mike Gold

Michael "Mike" Gold (April 12, 1894 – May 14, 1967) was the pen-name of Jewish American writer Itzok Isaac Granich. A lifelong communist, Gold was a novelist and literary critic. His semi-autobiographical novel Jews Without Money (1930) was a bestseller. During the 1930s and 1940s Gold was considered the preeminent author and editor of U.S. proletarian literature.Gold was born Itzok Isaac Granich on April 12, 1894, on the Lower East Side of New York City to Romanian Jewish immigrant parents, ...
Argentine ant

Argentine ant

The Argentine ant, Linepithema humile (formerly Iridomyrmex humilis), is an ant native to northern Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia and southern Brazil. It is an invasive species that has been established in many Mediterranean climate areas, inadvertently introduced by humans to many places, including South Africa, New Zealand, Japan, Easter Island, Australia, Europe, Hawaii, and the continental United States.The worker ants are 1.6–2.8 millimetres (0.06–0.11 in) long and can easily...
Dentofacial osteotomy

Dentofacial osteotomy

A dentofacial osteotomy or orthognathic surgery (also known as corrective jaw surgery) is an oral surgery where bone is cut, moved, modified, and realigned to correct a dentofacial deformity. The word "osteotomy" means the division, or excision of bone. The dental osteotomy allows surgeons to visualize the jawbone, and work accordingly.The operation is used to correct jaw problems in about 5% of general population presenting with dentofacial deformities like maxillary prognathisms, mandibula...
Adlène Guedioura

Adlène Guedioura

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14:18, 25 April 2015 (UTC).† Appearances (goals)Adlène Guedioura (Arabic: عدلان قديورة‎; born 12 November 1985) is a Algerian international footballer who plays as a midfielder for Watford.Guedioura is the son of former Algerian international striker, Nacer Guedioura. His mother is a mix of Algerian and Spanish decent and was a former basketball player in Spain. His younger brother Nabil Guedioura is al...
Peter Madden (footballer)

Peter Madden (footballer)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.Peter Madden (born 31 October 1934 in Bradford, England) was a player for the English football club Rotherham United from 1955-1966. He was also manager of the English football clubs Darlington (1975–1978) and Rochdale (1980–1983). After leaving Rochdale in March 1983 he stayed in the area and ran a public house in nearby Littleborough. Father of five (Lyn, Carole, David, Julie and Peter Jnr), and husband to Christine, h...
Man Group

Man Group

Man Group plc (Man Group) is an alternative investment management business initially founded as a sugar cooperage and brokerage by James Man in 1783. It provides a range of funds for institutional and private investors globally and is the world's largest publicly traded hedge fund, reporting $78.1 billion in funds under management as of March 2015. The firm is headquartered at Riverbank House in London and employs over 1,000 people in various locations worldwide. The company is a noted sponso...

William Perry (American football)

William Anthony Perry (born December 16, 1962) is a former American professional football player who was a defensive lineman in the National Football League (NFL) for ten seasons during the 1980s and 1990s. Perry played college football for Clemson University, and was recognized as an All-American. He was selected in the first round of the 1985 NFL Draft, and played professionally for the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL. He is also recognized as a (WWE) Hall of Famer as of 20...
Vestri (Basketball)

Vestri (Basketball)

KFÍ(1965–2016)Körfuknattleiksdeild Vestra (Vestri Basketball), also known as Vestri, is a basketball team based in Ísafjörður, Iceland. It is part of the Vestri sport club. As of 2016 the men's team plays in Division I.Men's head coaches:Women's head coaches since 1996:
Hungarian National Socialist Party

Hungarian National Socialist Party

The Hungarian National Socialist Party (Hungarian: Magyar Nemzeti Szocialista Párt) was a political epithet adopted by a number of minor Nazi parties in Hungary before the Second World War.From its early origins up to the eventual fall of the Third Reich Nazism had a profound impact on Hungarian politics and as a consequence several "clone movements" were established in the country during the interbellum period. The initial HNSP was organised in the 1920s, but did not gain any influence. Neve...
Cumberland Posey

Cumberland Posey

Cumberland Willis "Cum" Posey, Jr. (June 20, 1890 – March 28, 1946) was an American baseball player, manager, and team owner in the Negro leagues, as well as a star professional basketball player and team owner.Cumberland Jr. was born into Western Pennsylvania's Negro elite, the son of Cumberland Willis Posey Sr. and Angelina "Anna" Stevens Posey of Homestead, adjacent to Pittsburgh. Posey senior worked on riverboats and became in 1877 probably the first African American licensed engineer in ...
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